"Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future."

~ John F. Kennedy
"Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future."

~ John F. Kennedy
A Gift Worth Giving

Change Lives Today.

The Conestoga Valley Education Foundation (CVEF) was formed in 1991 to encourage creativity and educational excellence in the classrooms of Conestoga Valley School District. Since its inception, CVEF has awarded more than $700,000 in grants to students, teachers and administrators. The programs and projects supported by these grants would not have been possible through regular school district budgets.

Investing in our Children


Join CVEF to support innovative programs that encourage the artists, scientists and builders of tomorrow! Find out how you can truly make a difference, helping our students prepare for the challenges ahead.


Enhancing Education


From literacy and writing to art and technology, CVEF is proud to support the creative ideas of visionary educators, promoting excellence and encouraging the exploration and achievement of CV students.


Building a Better Future


Come out and have fun with us, while building a better future for CV students! Our annual Golf Classic and Derby Day celebrations help support future programs, ensuring continued educational enrichment for CV youth.


Fostering a Sense of Community


Did Conestoga Valley schools help you get your start in life? Support the next generation of Conestoga Valley students and your local community by supporting our efforts to create an official alumni association.


our impact

"As I visit various classrooms around our school district, I see the impact of CVEF as being greater than any other initiative I have witnessed in my more than 30 years in education. Teachers are embracing new teaching strategies that have engaged and motivated our students to learn."
-Gerald G. Huesken, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools

"A CVEF grant allows my fifth-grade class to videoconference with fourth- and fifth-graders from Lancashire, England, and an expert from NASA. We’ve been able to expand our horizons from the classroom and visit places that we’d never see on a field trip."
-Rick Jones, Fifth-Grade Teacher

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